- Stand aside Dum Dum. This "low-born" is coming through!
- -- The Falcon
Appearing in "1984!"Edit
- Royalist Forces
- Tinkerbelle (First appearance)
- Western Badlands
- Base One
- A "Hound Dog" (First appearance)
Synopsis for "1984!"Edit
Captain America and the Falcon break out of the labor pen when they become surrounded by the 'new society's' soldiers. Cheer Chadwick, the daughter of the man in charge of the elites, takes an interest in the two and gives them a tour of the installation buried under American badlands that Gen. Argyle Fist is currently using a 'hound-dog' sonar seeker to attempt to locate. Cheer stops the elevator at a mob demonstration where a computer-generated image portraying a leader incites a crowd to violence. A 'love machine' (gallows with an effigy touting a placard which reads 'Freedom Freak') is raised and the crowd destroys the effigy with iron bars. Captain America asks Cheer about the location of the Big Daddy madbomb when suddenly Tinkerbelle appears and easily knocks out Captain America and Falcon. She disagrees with Cheer's assessment that Cap and Falcon won't last more than a minute in the arena because they don't understand what it's like to fight without a sense of fair play. However, Tinkerbelle never disobeys the elite, and so she lifts Captain America and Falcon up under her arms and takes them off against her better judgment to attempt to turn them into serviceable arena combatants.
- Letters (story pages): Saladino (uncredited) page 1, Berry pages 2-17.
- As seen on page one, this issue is Story#JV-141.
- This issue contains a Series "B" Marvel Value Stamp: B42 (a portion of the Incredible Hulk).
- This issue contains a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from William Pearson III, Bob Robinson, Jack Frost, Wendy Mayes, and David Baum.
- No trivia.
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